Published: September 25th 2016 Written By : Ronak Pol In the last week's article, we explored how behavioural science is used to serve corporate interest (read here). But behavioural research can also be used by policymakers to solve pressing policy problems, problems that have plagued our society over the years but have not been solved through … Continue reading Old Problems & New solutions.
Published: September 17th 2016 Written By : Ronak Pol If you are a consumer in today's world, chances are you are being nudged into purchasing products and taking decisions that you would otherwise not have. These nudges can come from governments who use inherent behavioural biases to aid better policy acceptance or corporates who use … Continue reading Is “BIG DATA” making you buy more?
In the second part we tackle the specific issue of water pollution and explore the desirable features that any Self-Governing insitute should have if it needs to stand the test of time.
Part one is dedicated to undestanding the theoretical structure of the New Institutional approach that we will use to solve the Water Pollution Problem. It is based of the work of Dr.Elinor Ostrom.
Published: September 3rd 2016 Written By : Ronak Pol September 5th will mark the beginning of Ganesh Chaturthi, a festival that celebrates the birth of Elephant God Ganesha. But this Ganesh Chaturthi lets take some time to look at what we set out to accomplish when we started this journey of "Sarvajanik Ganeshutsav" and what … Continue reading Ganesh Chaturthi – Have we come too far?